Steve Herz makes a comeback to our show to talk about his new book "Don't Take Yes for an Answer" Using Authority, Warmth and Energy to Get Exceptional Results.
In this interesting interview, you will learn how to improve your life with a completely unique approach to getting feedback.
Find out more about his book on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Dont-Take-Answer-Steve-Herz/dp/006286971X/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1...
Hey Likability Family,
Man o man how I've missed y'all. It's time to start this back up but I want to introduce the idea of the evolution of this podcast and why I think this is going to help you even more. As I evolve, I hope you can take some valuable lessons away from it as you evolve in your own life.
Hey there Art of Likability Fam, I know it's been a long time since you've heard from me but I hope this interview helps get us started back on the right foot.
I met Eli Smith and was truly impressed with what he's been able to accomplish and how he sees the world and wanted to share his story with you.
Check it out!
Today on the Art of Likability, I'm happy to welcome David Gardner from the Big Jump Podcast and ColorJar Brand Consulting and Design onto the show!
David also happens to be a 6'9" former professional basketball player and a D-I athlete at Dartmouth.
From discussion of stereotypical "broke athletes" who blow their sports earnings after finishing up their playing days to other athletes who take on the business wo...
So I have taken the summer off from the podcast as part of some deep reflection I am doing.
I wanted to update you on what's been going down in my head and join you to take part in answering this important question "What am I creating?"
I want you to know I'm thinking about how to best serve you, the listener. So your feedback is super important. Please send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org ...
Today on the Art of Likability, I'm overjoyed to have minister Darryl Strawberry dish on overcoming addiction and helping others to do the same.
Darryl is a minister now, and in a previous life he was a Major League Baseball All-Star and World Series Champion for the New York Mets and the New York Yankees.
Away from the baseball diamond, Darryl had to go through life problems like everyone else. He could swing a bat with the...
Ever catch yourself wishing you had 500,000 Instagram followers, or dreaming that you were richer than some other person?
These thoughts bring angst and take away from enjoying life; they really do.
I think it's odd that we tend to focus on what we lack rather than what we have. And if you think about what you have, oh boy. The inherent value of what you have is immense. Your smartphone, computer, home, cash on hand, medical...
Everyone's always talking about networking, forming new connections and new business opportunities. I get it: new and exciting is...new and exciting! Instagram, Twitter, and social media in general give you so much optionality: There's the small chance that an A-lister could retweet you, or that an industry leader might share your content.
In this episode of the Art of Likability, we divulge the insider secret to your net...
With the Art of Likability, we know that our relationships are one of our most valuable resources. They come with a lot of potential for growth, but they also come with potential for conflict.
In an argument, many people automatically are looking to impose their worldview and win over the other person, but that only causes long-term resentment. Never mind that the other person is looking to win over you as well!
That makes win-lo...
Ever feel that moment where you know you need to get something done, but you feel a great deal of resistance to it?
It almost doesn't make logical sense! Get this thing done and you move one step closer to success! But you simply...don't...want...to!
What can we do about it?
In this episode of the Art of Likability, I discuss my process for overcoming resistance in order to get done the things I need to get done!
Isn't it great how our world is such an interesting world? Too bad we don't have all the time to experience 100% of it.
More realistic is to live and learn vicariously through our friends and our networks! In this episode of the Art of Likability, we talk about one question that helps you to connect with someone and get a little bit of their perspective!
"What's one takeaway you got from the experience?"
Failure happens, and it's something we learn to deal with as we go up and down on the rollercoaster of life. If you listen to the Art of Likability, you're the kind of person who's already heard the idea that failures are teaching experiences.
We're not here to reiterate that idea. This episode of the Art of Likability focuses on the language you use with failure, specifically the one thing you should never say abou...
Should you go to the gym, or put on makeup to look more attractive?
Those are great ideas, but that's not the focus of today's episode on the Art of Likability!
To look more attractive: breathe through your nose. It's such a subtle adjustment that you probably already did it before you finished reading this sentence!
Let me just pull you aside for a quick moment and let's talk breathing through your nose and how he...
"How did you get over your fears?"
This is one question I often get, in one form or another. Whether it's the fear of starting a new relationship, the fear of success, the fear of failure, the fear of putting in effort and resources towards improving yourself...
Fear is always there. Most people's first reaction with fear is to control it, to deny its existence outright.
In this episode of the Art of Likability, w...
In today's dating episode on the Art of Likability, we go through unorthodox ways to make your date see you in a great light. One simple way to accomplish this and set yourself away from the herd is to ask unique questions with psychology in mind.
Guy with No Clue: "So...what do you do for fun..?"
Do one better than the guy with no clue and tap into your inner likable you by checking out our suggesti...
Dating is a topic that has been requested several times by several people in the Art of Likability community! So, by popular demand, we will talk about a socially confident, smooth, and unassuming opener to use in the context of dating applications and/or websites!
This entire idea is encapsulated in reframing the online dating situation to your benefit. Understanding it in this one crucial way wins you a confidence that not many ...
Imagine a stereotypical networking event.
Go in, talk to 200 people, walk out with 200 business cards. Success?
Hold it. Scott Gerber of the Young Entrepreneur Council and author of fresh off the press thoughtpiece Superconnector: Stop Networking and Start Building Relationships that Matter connects with us today on our show, the Art of Likability.
In a modern world built upon sales, leads, and convert, convert, convert, Scott ...
"Going through the motions of life." I don't think any of us want to feel like we're move from day to day without any clear goal or reward. We want to feel motivated, driven...alive!
If you had to rate your past days or week from 1-10, how alive did you feel?
What can you do to get as alive and motivated as you can be? In this episode of the Art of Likability, we talk about four methods you can use to avoid dri...
Politics. Religion. Personal views. All taboo topics in our America today, and everyone is told to avoid those topics when they can.
Even calling out someone for being late becomes a touchy topic.
As touchy as these are, skirting these topics won't lead to the change you want to see in the world. You can't just let someone come late to work all the time.
Should you find it necessary to discuss these matters, what is the ...
Ever at a loss for words when starting a conversation? It happens all the time. In this episode of the Art of Likability, we bring up one tip to use when you'd like to start up a conversation but just aren't quite sure what to say!
This tip can work well for networking, dating, or for starting any kind of conversation! Let me know what you'd like to see at artoflikability.com/survey!
Remember: You Are Awesome!